The long awaited MY STAR music competition will once again hit the local television screens, with a new series that kicked off with auditions on Saturday. This will be the fourth season of MY STAR.
The show has grown to become a popular attraction and the number one music extravaganza in the country, attracting viewers from all age groups. Music lovers from villages and towns will battle it out for positions in the semi-finals at targeted locations throughout the country.
Speaking to the Sunday Standard, MY STAR producer- Master Dee said that they are expecting over 200 participants to grace the Saturday auditions, adding that many Batswana have started to realize the benefits of the show and are now registering in large numbers.
“We are expecting more than 200 participants to come for auditions that will be held at Yarona Country lodge in Gaborone. The show is growing and more and more people are keen and showing interest in it,” he said.
Master Dee added that they will once again be working with Mascom Wireless as their main sponsor. In addition, P200 registration fee is required, and participation and registration is open to anyone above 16 years of age. Registration for MY STAR auditions ended last year on the 31st of December.
The auditions commenced this Saturday in Gaborone and will be extended to Lobatse on the 16th and Palapye on the 30th. The semi finals will follow thereafter.